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9 thoughts on “ I Dont Mind - Badfinger - Badfinger (CD, Album)

  1. Although I loved the concept of the album since badfinger isn't very appreciated, I was extremely disappointed by it. First of all, it was hard to get excited about the bands on the record. When your complilation's most recognizable band is a one hit wonder (The Knack) you know you're in bad shape/5(7).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Day After Day on Discogs. Label: KRB Music Companies - KRB • Series: Rock Series (3) • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock.
  3. Groll at Badfinger's second album No Dice kicks off with "I Can't Take It," a rocker that signaled even if Badfinger still played pop and sang ballads, they considered themselves a rock band. What gave Badfinger character is they blended their desire to rock with their sensitive side instead of compartmentalizing.9/.
  4. Artist: Badfinger Genre: Rock Release Date: 11/30/ Label: Real Gone Music Catalog Number: RGM Recording: Studio Length: Format: CD Note: Includes Bonus Tracks.
  5. Badfinger's second album No Dice kicks off with "I Can't Take It," a rocker that signaled even if Badfinger still played pop and sang ballads, they considered themselves a rock band. What gave Badfinger character is they blended their desire to rock with their sensitive side instead of compartmentalizing. Even when they rock on No Dice, it's never earthy, like, say, the Stones.
  6. Jun 19,  · The album marked a departure from the more rock-oriented sound of Badfinger's previous releases, partly as a result of intervention by Apple Records regarding the band's musical direction. Although.
  7. The Very Best of Badfinger by Badfinger (CD, Sep, Capitol) 19 Tracks 5 out of 5 stars 30 product ratings 30 product ratings - The Very Best of Badfinger by Badfinger (CD, Sep, Capitol) 19 Tracks.
  8. 1) Come and Get It 2) Baby Blue 3) No Matter What 4) Day After Day 5) Love Is Gonna Come at Last 6) Suitcase 7) I Don't Mind 8) Sweet Tuesday Morning.
  9. Badfinger's second album, No Dice, kicks off with "I Can't Take It," a rocker that signaled even if Badfinger still played pop and sang ballads, they considered themselves a rock band. What gave Badfinger character is they blended their desire to rock with their sensitive side instead of compartmentalizing. Even when they rock on No Dice, it's never earthy, like, say, the Stones.

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